Sorry, Apple, but your fix for phone spam isn’t good enough

VP of Product, Mayur Kamat, weighs in on Apple’s recent announcement to allow third party developers to build anti-spam features. Whereas Android has always allowed developers this kind of freedom, Apple has been severely late to the game. While it’s a step in the right direction that Apple has acknowledged the growing problem of phone spam, there are limitations to their offering and more needs to be done.

To learn more about what this could mean for your iPhone and what it also *won’t* mean, click on the image below.


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